== == Yes, but you will have to wait until after your period is due to find out (and you can have some spotting even then), so the most definitive way to know if you are or are not pregnant is to get a home pregnancy test. If it shows positive, make an appointment with a health care professional to confirm the pregnancy and get started on prenatal care.
Only 75% of pregnant women have morning sickness symptoms in early pregnancy or later in the gestation period. It is normal (and wonderful) to not have to contend with this. As long as you are getting regular prenatal care, and the obstetrician says everything is looking good, you can just relax and enjoy that time, pamper yourself, and prepare for the new baby. See the related links section for a link to an online calculator to help evaluate the potential and probability of a pregnancy based on dates and symptoms.
Fatigue,morning sickness and missed period
If you have not missed a period it is unlikely you are pregnant.
Missed period, breast tenderness or swollen nipples, morning sickness, headaches.
Missed period, swollen/tender breasts, fatigue, weight gain, morning sickness.
Morning sickness is there once you are pregnant, so for over nine months you will not have your period.
A late period and morning sickness.
Yes you could. I didn't know I was pregnant till 16 weeks. No morning sickness with any of mine. Congrats if you are!!!
well it depends on if you have like the morning sickness and stuff I think you should just get the pregnancy test.
Light spotting and cramping, sore breasts, fatigue, morning sickness, a missed period, and mood swings are all signs of pregnancy.
Morning sickness. ...A fat belly. ^_^
No, it probably means that you are about to have your period. Typically, the first sign of pregnancy is morning sickness, although you might miss your period before you have morning sickness.
If you think you're pregnant but you don't miss your period, you're not pregnant. Regardless of having morning sickness, if you're pregnant you will MISS your period. However, my girlfriend the "know-it-all" says there are some women who have their monthly period during the entire pregnancy.
It is possible. I suggest you take a test. Your first sings will be a missed period, swollen tender breasts, weight gain, morning sickness etc.
missed periodmorning sicknessheadacheslight headedness(etc.)
Some common signs of pregnancy are a missed period, tender breasts, and morning sickness.
Yes. My first pregnancy I had no symptom other than I had no period. I had no morning sickness or anything. My other pregnancies I have had morning sickness.
Many women have no symptoms at all. Nausea, morning sickness and missed period are common. Spotting is another symptom that happens with some women.
the first sign is a missed period,Breast tenderness, Nausea and Morning Sickness,Frequent Urination,Spotting,and Fatigue
Missed PeriodJust "Feeling" PregnantBreast TendernessFatigueFrequent UrinationNauseaDizziness and/or FaintingFood Cravings, or Aversions to FoodsMorning SicknessSensitivity to Aromas
Every pregnancy is different, but the most common signs are missed period, sore, tender breasts, fatigue, morning sickness, urinating ALL the time.
If you have missed your period and are pregnant, you most likely got pregnant around 14 days before your missed period.
You can still bleed while you're pregnant like you would when you get your period. Definitely take a pregnancy test to be sure.
Yes you can, even if your not pregnant hormones from periods make u feel sick.
She needs to take a pregnancy test
Missed period is the first definitive sign of pregnancy. At around the same time you may have sore/tender breast, nausea, constipation or diarrhoea.The first is missing your period, nausea, dizziness, vomit, morning sickness among others.